Organism

Isaiah Hagen
Mind Map by Isaiah Hagen, updated more than 1 year ago
Isaiah Hagen
Created by Isaiah Hagen over 5 years ago
3
0

Description

Flow chart for Mr. Wedemeier's science class
Tags

Resource summary

Organism
1 Cell
1.1 There are 37 trillion cells in the human body.
1.2 Definition: The cell is the basic structure of all living organisms
1.3 Nucleous
1.3.1 The Nucleous is the round thing that is in both the plant cell and animal cell that controls the whole cell.
1.4 Cell Wall
1.4.1 The cell wall is in the plant cell, and it protects the cell from germs.
1.5 Tissues
1.5.1 Definition: Tissues are groups of similar cells working together to preform a specific function
1.5.2 Epithelial tissue
1.5.2.1 Its purpose is to cover the body surface.
1.5.3 Connective tissue
1.5.3.1 Its purpose is to connect all the bones and muscles
1.5.4 Muscle tissue
1.5.4.1 Its purpose is to make your body move.
1.5.5 Nerve tissue
1.5.5.1 Its purpose is to warn the body of pain.
1.5.6 Organs
1.5.6.1 Definition: Organs are made up of different kinds of tissues that work together to preform a specific function.
1.5.6.2 The human body has 22 organs
1.5.6.3 Heart
1.5.6.3.1 The heart is near the left shoulder. Its purpose is to pump blood through the body.
1.5.6.4 Brain
1.5.6.4.1 The brain is located in the skull. Its purpose is to run the body
1.5.6.5 Lungs
1.5.6.5.1 Lungs are located in the chest. Their purpose is to make you breathe.
1.5.6.6 Rib cage
1.5.6.6.1 The rib cage is located in the center of the body. It's purpose is to protect the lungs, heart, and other major organs.
1.5.6.7 Kidney
1.5.6.7.1 The kidney is located in your hips. It acts like a filter.
1.5.6.8 Organ Systems
1.5.6.8.1 Definition: Organ systems are groups of organs with a common function or related functions.
1.5.6.8.2 Endocrine System
1.5.6.8.2.1 A system that controls pathways in the body
1.5.6.8.3 Muscular System
1.5.6.8.3.1 Gives strength to the body.
1.5.6.8.4 Excretory System
1.5.6.8.4.1 Lets you go to the bathroom.
1.5.6.8.5 Digestive System
1.5.6.8.5.1 Destroys food into very small parts.
1.5.6.8.6 Skeletal System
1.5.6.8.6.1 Adds armor to the body.
1.5.6.8.7 Immune System
1.5.6.8.7.1 Fights off germs
1.5.6.8.8 Nervous System
1.5.6.8.8.1 Helps you feel and touch.
1.5.6.8.9 Respiratory System
1.5.6.8.9.1 Helps the body breathe.
1.5.6.8.10 Circulatory System
1.5.6.8.10.1 The pathways that run the blood through the body
1.5.6.8.11 Organism
1.5.6.8.11.1 Definition: A whole with interdependent parts.
1.5.6.8.11.2 The skeletal system helps the muscles by giving it form. The muscle system helps the skeletal by allowing the body to move. This is an example of ways the body needs to work together to function.
Show full summary Hide full summary

Similar

AQA Physics P1 Quiz
Bella Statham
Using GoConqr to study science
Sarah Egan
Biology- Genes and Variation
Laura Perry
Using GoConqr to teach science
Sarah Egan
Biology Revision - Y10 Mock
Tom Mitchell
GCSE Combined Science
Derek Cumberbatch
Acids and Bases
Sarah Egan
Physics Revision
Tom Mitchell
The Circulatory System
Shane Buckley
Acids and Bases
silviaod119
Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
silviaod119